McCain Beats Obama — in Insurance Journal Poll

November 4, 2008

If insurance industry professionals were choosing the next president of the United States, Republican John McCain would be the victor.

While most polls of the general electorate give Democrat Barack Obama a lead going into today’s election, McCain topped Obama 59 percent to 38 percent in a Web poll conducted by Insurance Journal (www.insurancejournal.com), the property/casualty insurance industry’s leading online news and information service.

Another 2 percent said they would vote for a candidate other than McCain or Obama.

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